Someone did something terrible to you and you have every right to be upset about it. However, harboring those feelings is a choice. You are choosing to remain hurt. You are choosing to remain resentful.
Even if you feel little or lost, know this—the universe isn’t done with you yet. You are only beginning.
You were there for him no matter what. But you know who else you were there for? Yourself. Because when he left you hanging, you pulled yourself up.
Confidence and esteem has nothing to do with how you react to what other think of you.
We almost become addicted to the search rather than the result of “finding ourselves” – because we do not actually want to.
These are the moments when you will get to know who you really are.
I’m learning that I cannot rush—my decisions, God’s plans, or the feelings written on someone else’s heart. I do not have control of this; I must trust, let go, and let life play out.
Self-discovery does not have a destination. Self-discovery it’s a journey. It is a scary and spectacular journey.
Maybe, in this moment I’ll let go and just be.
Thousands of versions of me have littered the passage of my life as I shed skin after skin, lesson after lesson to become the person I honestly can say I am proud of.